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The government has sparked anger by rejecting universities' calls for overseas students to be withdrawn from the net migrant count, a move that may kill off hopes of securing the change in the current Parliament.
By Ry Rivard, for Inside Higher Ed
The UK's higher education funding councils will not express a preference for either green or gold open access in their submission rules for future research excellence frameworks.
Unionised academics at the University of Birmingham have voted to strike over threatened compulsory redundancies and “aggressive” management tactics.
The memoir of a creative writing tutor stalked by a former student turned “verbal terrorist” is attracting widespread attention.
The idea of “education diplomacy” has “really arrived” at the highest levels of American foreign policy, a US State Department official has told an international higher education conference
The University of Gloucestershire has agreed to validate a range of pre-degree courses for international students as part of a new tie-up with private firm INTO University Partnerships.
The lack of clarity over Research Councils UK’s new open access policy is “unacceptable” and government ministers should learn lessons from the confusion, according to a House of Lords report.
Two of the leading US massive open online course providers have each almost doubled the number of universities offering courses on their online platforms.
Coalition reveals 'disturbing' shortfall
'Change of tone' will not arrest falling student numbers, critics argue
But private pupils do not suffer discrimination, expert argues
Unison promises to counter any attempt to dismiss duo
Image consultant: 'jumble sale' dress code does not an intellectual make
US-style scheme will feature alongside degree classifications in UK first
Plans would expose colleges and universities to competition from lower-cost alternatives, say observers
New UK-validated for-profit college to sell itself on sun, sea and low fees
Regulator to review range of options for institutions falling short on quality measures
Ambassador discusses efforts to combat perceptions of hostile sector
Jack Grove on a European institution's mission to foster cross-border scholarship